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9th Lunar month  Ramadan.

Fatema Miah: Begin with best wishes for blessing month of Ramadan. May we all be blessed in this month of blessing. Ramadan the ninth Lunar calendar month is full of blessing for all mankind and all quarrelsome acts are forbidden in this blessing month. Iblis the Saitan is chained up in this blessing month. Muslims do preserve prescribed fast during ...

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CLASH OF IDEOLOGY & SPREAD OF GLOBAL INFLUENCE: HOW THINGS CHANGED

  By  F R Chowdhury: Karl Marx, the philosopher of socialist economy was born in Trier, a small town in Germany. His philosophy was that everything belongs to state and it is for the state to provide security to its citizens. There was no scope for private entrepreneurship or incentive. Vladimir I Lenin who was born in Stalingrad/ Leningrad was ...

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Ice Age and imperial rise and fall

Fatema Miah: USA the world’s current Super  Power is remained silent in fact ignorant and denial of Climate Change. Yes, up until now world Climate researchers drew the attention of Climate Leaders to the Raising Carbondioxide emission and accumulated co2 up in the atmosphere. Suddenly now the Climate change is to be facing contrary imminent effect of predicted Cold. A ...

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Bangladeshis in east London reflect on legacy of a racist murder

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   On the 4th May 1978, Altab, a young textile worker was murdered in east London. But why? It was because he was “colored” or a racially motivated killing which was not so uncommon at that time in parts of Britain. Fourth of May we cannot forget and many of us join memorials for Altab on this ...

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 Ice Age will begin in 2020.

  Ice Age will begin in 2020. Fatema Miah: Ice Age is imminent. Inspire of scientific warning by climate scientists about forthcoming Ice Age soon be begin in 2020, and there isn’t much hiccup about it nor much preparations to deal with cold, and how to cope with it. Until now I have been writing on Climate change Global warming ...

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Sheik Hasina 21st April

Fatema Miah: It was a long exhausting day attending the Sheik Hasina Awame League conference in Central Hall in Westminster, in London on the 21st of April 2018. Eventually, with high security UK provided, with high number of guards, special security agents, sheik Hasina came to the central hall stage. She was welcome by applauding welcoming greetings. Followed on many ...

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Diplomat sipped tea as BNP dishonored Bangabandhu

  By Nadeem Qadir: A probe and its findings into the attack by the BNP on the Bangladesh High Commission in London has been long overdue and the issue came back into the limelight when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina angrily questioned what those responsible did when the unprecedented vandalism as well as dishonour to the portrait of the Father of ...

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What future for the European Union

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: A necessary and valuable debate on the future has started in the EU. Although much works well at EU level, there is reason for soul-searching. The more people who are involved in the discussions on the future of Europe, the better the prospects of strengthening our citizens’ trust in the European project.As a part of the discussions ...

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Britain gun and knife crime really worse

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Recorded knife crimes have increased in London over the last five years, reflecting a national rise in stabbings. Home Office figures show that the Met Police recorded 12,962 crimes in which knives were used between October 2016 and September 2017, an increase of 20 per cent on the same period in 2012-13. The most common offence recorded ...

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The contemporary world can learn from. 

  Fatema Miah: This is about Bangladesh. Bengal lost it’s identity after partition of India in 1947. Obviously its known to you all that Bengal was devided by East and West.   It’s not all about East and west, the both devided regions fell in, under two countries. Its saga began. West still struggling in west under greater India. There Bengalis ...

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